Monday, January 14, 2013

The Strange Stop in orders for the iPhone 5 Screens

This weekend, the Wall Street Journal sounded the alarm about a curious fact. Apparently, Apple has drastically cut production of screens for the iPhone 5 (yes, those that many have headaches throughout the fall) scheduled for next March.

What does this mean? So many things yet no. Looking numbers, the initial amount of 65 million units has been reduced up to 50 percent. This, though it may seem small, not due to fine tune production. Rather, it appears that for those dates monumental project a decrease in sales.

Of course, it is not because they have sold poorly Apple devices this Christmas. During the last quarter, it sold over 50 million units of the iPhone 5 . By some estimates, we can say that they expect sales of almost 40 million units for the next quarter.

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If true the Nikkei report that speaks to the Wall Street Journal, the apple company would not be able to meet the demand of users if halved its Retina Display screen production of four inches in the Asian factories.

On the other hand, it is also conceivable that the initial estimate of 65 million units was over-dimensioned thinking exceptional demand which finally occurred. Apple may make some numbers purposely exaggerated the idea of ​​lower orders anyway.

Or on the other hand, it may be that the apple company is already thinking of taking your new smartphone for those dates, which would impact greatly on the demand for the iPhone 5 screens.

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